Who We

Are

 

We are a fun-loving group that enjoys 


CELEBRATING OUR

SCOTTISH HERITAGE


with good fellowship, food, and spirits.  We even offer a wee scholarship to people studying Scottish arts like dance, art, and music.  (Please contact us for more information on that.)


You are welcome to join us!  Just use the contact form to get the ball rolling - one of us will get back to you as soon as we can.

State Theater, Havre de Grace, MD

6:30 pm - Fellowship & Cash Bar

7:00-ish - Brief Meeting / Dinner / Presentation

To get more details & ​​RSVP

use this website or email lairdofthehighlandsociety@gmail.com

Hey!  Got something to share?

Want to speak or present??


HSHC is always looking for good speakers and presenters & we LOVE Scottish-based entertainment of all sorts.  Do you know something fun or informative about the Scots & Scotland?  Are you musical or artistic?  We guarantee you an appreciative audience.  We'll buy you dinner - when it's not a Zoom event - and you can sell your wares (if you have any to sell).  And, hobnobbing with our wonderful Scots is a real bonus!  Just let us know! Email for more information: lairdofthehighlandsociety@gmail.com 

A warm welcome

awaits you at the HIGHLAND SOCIETY OF HARFORD COUNTY!

 

All with a wee drop o'

Scottish blood are

welcome to join us! 

HIGHLAND SOCIETY OF HARFORD COUNTY

HSHC

​​​​​​​​​​October 18 Gathering
Author Ben Anderson - 
Celtic Fantasy Books

​​When & Where

We Gather

 

We gather the third Tuesday of the month at The State Theater in Havre de Grace. 


If you have your tartan in any form (kilt, scarf, tie, hat, whatever), please wear it. 


We are thrifty Scots so guests please join us  for only $30 per non-member (unless it's a pricey special event)  that includes dinner, dessert, and a wee dram for toasting.  


It's a cash bar for fellowship from 6:30 to 7:00; dinner is at 7:00-ish; and a fun, Scottish presentation of some sort follows dinner.


We invite you to join in the fun!!  RSVP to secure your spot; pay at the table.

A fun program on Celtic fairy tales, or what our laird calls Scary Fairy stories. This is slated to be a fantastic, fanciful, fest.  Ben was a vendor at the Winter Celtic Festival - bring cash on the 18th you might want to get a book or two. 







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